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American Politics

Thomas BellThomas Bell
Dissertation: Perverse Politics: The Legal Subversion of the Constitution’s Political Architecture
Interests: American Constitutional Theory and Development, the Presidency and Congress, Separation of Powers, American Constitutional Law, American Political Thought
Advisor: Jeffrey K. Tulis
Web: https://thomasrbell.com/
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Alvaro Corral Alvaro Corral
Dissertation: Citizenship Politics--Latino Civic Participation across Generations
Interests: Latino Politics, Immigration Policy, Racial and Ethnic Politics in America, Race and Representation, American Politics
Advisor: David Leal
Web: Corral-Web
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Kyle Endres Kyle Endres
Dissertation: Issue Cross-Pressures and Campaign Effects: Connecting the Right Voters with the Right Message
Interests: Campaigns & Elections, Political Behavior, Public Opinion, and Survey Methodology
Advisor: Daron Shaw
Web: https://sites.google.com/site/kyleendres/
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Nadine GibsonNadine Gibson
Dissertation: Understanding the Mechanics of Democracy: How to Improve the Quality of Elections in America
Interests: Election Administration, Voting Equipment, Voting and Elections, Political Behavior
Advisor: Daron Shaw
Web: http://www.nadinegibson.org

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Kenneth Miller Kenneth M. Miller

Dissertation:The Divided Labor of Congressional Campaigns
Interests: Political Parties, Political Communication, Campaigns & Elections
Advisor: Daron Shaw
Web: http://www.kenneth-miller.com
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Joe Tafoya Joe Tafoya
Dissertation:Facing Uncertainty Makes Better Citizens: Risk Taking, Political Participation, and Race/Ethnicity
Interests: Latino Politics, Race/Ethnicity Politics, Immigration Policy, Elections, and Research Methods
Advisor: David Leal
Web: https://sites.google.com/site/joerobertotafoya/home
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